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Tag: Arthritis

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March 1, 2021

Joint pain is a common complaint in older people. Surprisingly, there is also a rising prevalence of bone and joint pain in younger adults. Nearly 20-25% of the Indian population living with chronic pain is affected by musculoskeletal disorders involving the joints. The alarming incidence rate provokes a fairly common question - why joint pain occurs? There are various answers to this question. In this article, Dr Debashish Chanda, a leading orthopaedic doctor at the CK Birla Hospital, will

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Early symptoms of Arthritis, Symptoms of arthritis, Arthritis symptoms, signs and symptoms of Arthritis, Types of Arthritis
January 11, 2021

Arthritis mostly affects a person at old age. Most people experience a variety of health concerns at this age. You may be undergoing changes in your skin, heart health, mobility, digestive health and whatnot. It is, therefore, possible to miss the early symptoms of arthritis.  Surprisingly, the prevalence of arthritis is higher than that of many popular ailments such as diabetes and cancer. This condition nearly 180 million people in India. The rising incidence makes it important to learn

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Selecting the right pair of shoes
August 11, 2020

The oldest pair of shoes dates back more than 40,000 years. Initially designed to protect the feet, the expectations and requirements of footwear have changed considerably over the years. However, three major factors still play a key role in choosing the right footwear today: form, function and fit.   Form refers to the aesthetic design of the shoe, hence, it changes with the trends in the fashion industry. Function addresses its purpose while fit relates to the ability of the footwear to

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Shoulder Arthritis
August 14, 2019

There are two joints in the shoulder and arthritis usually occurs in the big ball and socket joint, namely glenohumeral joint. This joint connects two bones, glenoid and humerus. These two bones are covered by cartilage. When this cartilage is damaged, it results to shoulder arthritis. Shoulder arthritis can also develop to the acromioclavicular joint. Development of Shoulder Arthritis Shoulder arthritis starts developing when the cartilage that covers the bones of the shoulder starts to wear

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